Until July 5, an important exhibition of archaeological artifacts in the Museum of Fine Arts in Buenos Aires will illustrate the worldview of the Andean peoples who inhabited what is now northwestern Argentina between 1000 BC and the mid-15th century AD. The diversity of environments in which the original populations lived is reflected in the fabrics and ceramics, and metal, stone and wooden objects on display, which are also proof of the intense long-distance cargo traffic that moved in llama pack trains between different regions. The exhibition is open at Av. del Libertador 1473 from 12.30 to 8.30pm Tuesday to Friday and 9.30am to 8.30pm on Saturday, Sunday and holidays. Free admission.